The CFDA Phone-Charging Bracelet Is Actually Really Cute

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    Jane Aldridge from Sea of Shoes typically has a pretty strong bracelet game, but one of her more recent posts really took things to the next level. Stacked between Chan Luu beads and Charles Albert cuffs was a leopard-spotted ribbon bracelet that played double duty. Yep — it was the CFDA-for-eBay phone-charging bracelets we first caught wind of this past October. Aldridge is currently traveling in Paris, and as a fashion blogger who's always toting around a million gadgets, a multi-use object like this can certainly go a long way.

    Her particular bracelet is designed by Rachel Zoe and charges your phone via a USB plug for emergency situations. Right now, the Mara Hoffman and Michael Bastian styles are sold out, but you can find a paint-swiped Milly one, a geometric combed Shipley & Halmos version, and the Rachel Zoe leopard spot. They're available for purchase right now on eBay for $25 and would make the perfect gift for anyone who considers a laptop a part of her daily carry. However, make sure you have an iPhone 4/4S/5/5S/5C or an Android before you purchase. Anyone else will still have to do that 4%-left homeward-bound sprint. (Sea of Shoes)

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